Cleveland Browns Mandatory Minicamp: RFAs Not in Attendance Is a Bad Sign

June 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cleveland Browns have started their mandatory minicamp, from June 10-12, and even though the team has extended the deadline for RFAs to sign their tender contract, not attending the mandatory minicamp may be a bad sign for those players and the team.
As reported by Cleveland.com, four of the five unsigned RFAs for the Browns did not show up to Thursday's mandatory camp.
RFAs not attending are: linebacker D'Qwell Jackson, safety Abram Elam, linebacker Matt Roth, and surprisingly fullback Lawrence Vickers who showed up for the last week of organized team activities (OTAs) while still unsigned.
UPDATE 6/10/10 @ 2:06 P.M. EST: According to ESPN.com, Vickers is at mandatory minicamp—he was reportedly late to take care of some personal business at home.
Running back, and possible incumbent starter, Jerome Harrison is the only unsigned RFA to attend the mandatory camp.
Harrison may be more passionate about sticking with the Browns than any of the other four...

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